M36A3 long wheelbase 2 1/2 Ton US Army Truck with living quarters and M1061A1 Utility trailer. This truck/trailer unit participated in the MVPA AC’12 Alaska/Canada Military Vehicle Convoy in August of 2012. It was customized by the owner/operator, Dennis Boots, Maintenance Officer for MVPA’s TMC ’09 and AC ’12 Convoys. It proved to be an […]
This 1944 WWII GMC CCKW has a very clean and original body. It is an older restoration, but has always been stored inside. It has the original 270ci engine that needs some carburetor/fuel work as it has been in storage for years. However, it does start and run, with no smoke out the tail pipe. […]
These 1991 BMY M92 Cargo Trucks run & drive and have clean titles. They are a 5 ton, 6×6 with Cummins 6-Cylinder 8.3 Turbo-Diesel Engines. Automatic Transmission ABS Central Tire Inflation System Fold-Down Bed Sides Tailgate Soft Top Heater New Battery 31,550lb. GVWR. All seat belts, horn, parking brake, warning lights, gauges, heater, and fuel […]
The Alvis Stalwart is a British amphibious truck and load carrier. This truck is ready to go on land or in the water. It has 6-wheel drive, a hydraulic crane, and a winch on the back. Drop down sides make loading cargo easy with the 5-ton crane. This 1971 model is a FV623 Mk 2 […]
This 1943 GMC CCKW-352 Short Bed with winch open cab is in perfect condition. The restoration on this rare CCKW is amazing with attention to detail. You will not find one nicer. Everything has been rebuilt from the axles up to the new canvas. The original 270ci engine starts easily and is very quiet, no […]
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I’ve always wanted an Alvis Stalwart and finding one in excellent condition is nearly impossible, so when the opportunity came up, I grabbed it. Since it was out of state and some long hours driving were involved, I took my employee Sal on the road trip.
Produced for WWII to get cargo and personnel ashore from troop transport ships, the DUKW is one of my favorite military vehicles. This one was made in Pontiac, Michigan.
This truck run’s drives excellent and is a very solid truck. It needs some TLC with the wiring: no lights or gauges work at this time. The oil pressure, temp, air and tachometer are in working order. Speedometer work’s but wander’s around a bit. It has a brand new top from Beachwood Canvas. The truck […]
This running DUKW will go down the road but stopping will be an issue, park brake works for now. I’m told the engine was rebuilt 200 miles ago. The engine runs quiet & strong. It is street legal to go from road to water. The winch is present along with some wheel hub tools. Tires […]